AMD has announced the launch of its latest AMD E-Series Accelerated Processing Unit (APU) platform. Designed for essential notebook and desktop personal computers which meet basic performance needs at accessible price points, the 2012 AMD E-Series APU enables long battery life, and a best-in-class entertainment and media experience while striking a balance between energy efficiency and unique innovations for brilliant high definition (HD) entertainment.
“In 2011 we showed the industry you could get discrete-level GPU power in a notebook without added power consumption or cost, resulting in the most successful notebook platform in AMD’s history,” said Chris Cloran, corporate vice president and general manager, AMD Client Business Unit. “Today we raise the bar even higher with our latest APU offering. Our 2012 AMD E-Series APU gives consumers a visually superior choice for everyday performance with the latest graphics technology and nearly 3 hours more battery life than the competition.”
Formerly codenamed “Brazos 2.0,” the 2012 AMD E-Series APU is the feature-rich update to the most successful AMD notebook processor platform ever.
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